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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOUNIKG JUNE 1, 1884.
Straight Cut No.
IGAHETTE Hmokera who aru willing in pay a
or lUu ordinary trade Citttrtiii will llud the
sl'pep.ioii to all oriiKus.
They are made from the lightest, mo.i dell
cattily flivoreil ud h'ir. "'t cost of KI1 leaf tfrowu
In Virginia, a- (1 are absoultely without adiltera
tloii or druici".
We use the (icnnliie Fr'-mh Itice paper, of our
own direct Importation, wbli h in made especially
fur up, water u allied willj the name of tliu brand:
Richmond Straight Cut No. I,
onuarh Cpareiti-. without which none are genu
lne. liuse inflation or thi Irand have been put
on sale, and I inureite moicm are cautioned that
thin l the Old and Original brand, and to observe
tha. each pacaau or box of
Richmond Straight Cut Cigarettes
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ALLEN SINTER, Manufacturers,
AGENTS WANTED SKSTM
Burner. No more i rouble to movo wlcka . Kvc-rv
family want it. Kit any lamp. I .e fame trlobe.
Hi-ll at iihr. Thiee h irri.-r for $1 to any ad
dress. Holler Lamp Burner Co., 75 Murray St , N'.Y.
rtn jNiru4 IOvi-r a . m I rinrO:.
I ern settlmeLt. illustrated cir
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all cum parieon the bent. Prompt, sure. Price Unc.
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among publisher, then what could lie HAPPIER,
lor rejoii-lng bo ilc b ivero Such a war is in pro
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men pui free. N'oT fold dv denl-r -price,
too low Hook for examination before pa incut
on evidence uf uood faith.
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cretion or exrecs A boon for every man. voiing.
luiddle-sgvd and old. Iteon'aiti li'i prescriptions
or ail acute and chrome disia-.-s, each one ol
which ts imainaiite. So lo.nd r,y the Author,
whose experience-t-ir -! years is 'ich a proiiab )
never he fere tell to the lot of any physician . :,
page, bound in heauliful Fr- tun musm, cmhos
ed rover. I'll I'i.t, iruarai.te-d to be a finer w.ira
in ev. ry feme mechanical, litertiry and profes
sional lliaii anv other work told In this countrv
fcr f l VJ or the 111 ney win te r.-iunoe'i in ever)
instance Price or.ly Jl.oi bv m.H, post paid.
Illustrative sam le ri cent, seud cow. (.old
medul award- d the author by the Naiio- al Mudica;
Af'ciattnu, to the fliccr. e which he r- for
Tbi buo fhi-uld be r--ad tiy 'he young lor in
ft-ut tlon, and liy the attl.cKU for reiiei It will
benefit all. Lot don Lancet.
There i no member ot focuty to whom thlf
book wl:l not t-e Ufelii). ahether yo-. th, ptr-tit
cnard an. irftructor or b rir man Argonaut.
Add:e the I'eabody Medical li.'tnute. or l)t
W. II I'arker, No. 4 Itiilnuci Street. U 'f ton.
laf..ho may t- c- rifuiled on all dlfan-f re
ui-ii!if f Will and experience Cb-ciTiic and ohfti
nat dliea-ef that have riaffled I I A I tbe
fklli o! all o her phy!clan a I 1 I Jil li i-pe
claltv. Mich tr- ated uc rpi I "CI, I V
ce-iullr without an Ir.ft 111 1 Olilil
audio! fa lure Mention tlm paper.
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SAIT HIIVI-M. KcZKMA. Sflii 'Kt'T.A. ff'AI.T)
Hf.i'.l Frila. 'letter, liiven. 1-jii-irurl. Hur'ier'
It. tl i'lllll'le-, StlllL', arliUll" I- -. I l.Ult 1-iiMllilitf
anii'l'ii'i""l Wouu't. Kii ijwuriu, sunburu, and
4ll disown of the "kin.
For l'ih. Wounds, Cuts. I leer or nre. no
rfiiie.lv i ppiiupt In wothlnn nn-1 healing aa
l'ai-illuii nkin Cure. It d-x-s not m;iit 01 burn.
iirectioui ill fro lungvtign uceweijtiny (tcry Uttlt.
NASI. CATARKH. AflTEor rilRnVir rfil.IJ
lu the lleu-l, Kio.- Cold, ltroiichuil tulurrh aud
neanv the nrtril, permit natural hreatnlnif,
and prevent im niinti--u. smntles un-l ni-ezitii!
II iiasim Hie cure fur Cold In the Haad-which
ll caused by au-Ulen changes lu the alUKi-l h' re.
Inrecliom in Im lnnp:n$r ttitimpttif'try Milt.
PAPILLON MFC. CO.. CHICACO.
TOR 8AI.K at ALL DRCGGlfTS.
For Salo bv
PAUL G. SCI1U1I,
Snecial Atrts. in this cutv
The Regular Cairo & Tadueah Daily
HKN'HY K. TAYLOII, Master.
OEOKOE JOItKs, Clerk.
eavoi Pxdncah forO dro daily (Sunday except
d) at 8 a. m , and Mound City at 1 p. m. Hetarr
DK, leave Cairo at 4 p.m.: Mound City at 5 o.m.
fat. B. WITH. eOBKRT . MITU
Grand Central Store.
O-AIRO. - - ILL.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
.or. Nineteenth Itroet I f'nim HI
Commorcial Avono ' '.villi w. m
Catarrh,, KI Y" ,
,'aiHcs no Pain.
Gives lioliof at
cure. Not a Li
quid or .Suuil. Ap
jilied with llnirpr. (Jive it a Trial.
Wc-nt-. at droL'L'i ta. !W cenli bv mail reitlater-
cd. Si nd fur clri tilar.
KLY HKOT11KK9, Dru !. Owego.N.Y.
33 5 B
2 t 1
- i -1 a
130 13S Com'l Ave.
have r-ceive 1 a fu'l and comp'.elc line
ot new KjII and WiLter
Cloaks, Dolmans, Xouons, Ktc.
A heavy ftock of Body Brusrelf, Taper
tnet and Ingram
A full flock of till Cloth, a'.l elz-.-f andp'ices.
Cicthing & Gents' Furnish'g Goods
A f.nl and compute ftock 1 now heinj
Clofed oat at Kteat hara:nn.
Ciootls nt Bottom IJrioo!
W. bTIUTTON, (.'a'ro. T. BIHU. Miffourl.
STMATTOX & BIKD,
N-. W Ohio Lcree, Cairo, I'l.
Aients Amorlcaa Powder Co.
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
v-Successer to Cha.1. T. XewlanJ an.l
Plumhet, Steam aid Gas fitter
Commercial Ave , bet. Tenth and Ele
venth Sts ,
CAIRO. : : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift Pumps furnished and
out ap. Ai;ent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP',
the beet ntinip ever Invented. New (in Fixture
lurulfhert to order. O.it fixtures repaired ana
fjeJohblng promptly ntteniled to. lilt tl
For Sale bv
Notice to Builders ami Con
Ruin will be received for thw erection of a brick
hullditia on c-rner tith and Commercial. Pant
and specification to he had at P. Saup'f, Onto
Levee. i -i
IS) i . m
f' S . .
A. V A -W
Ai aj A.' j- y
J J J-i It fNf
Tbe adTL-rtiseruent of Messrs. Cun
ninglmm k Yocum appcurs uUewherc iu
this Usue. Tim Hrin iH a now one com
pobcd of (juutlciu wlio need no introduction
to the public. They represent a dozen of
the bust insurance companies in the world,
insuring for life, fire, murine, accident,
tornado an.J oilier calamities. Tlieir olnce
is in the Mobile &i Ohio KiilrovJ building,
on Ohio Levee.
Creal's Spnri'fs Ir-ive clmngid owner
ship within the last week. A stock com
pany ot nix ut t-vctity citi, ;ns of the place
has been formed widen bought the Ppiinys
from Mr. Cn tl ami have applied, through
Hon. F. K. Albright, f-r incorporation
paper.-". There are now to be some very
extensive improvements made there, for the
better accommodation of the public, and
a railroad is to run right thriu,'ii the town,
connecting it with the world generally.
A motion for a new trhl was made
yesterday by Mr. Mulkey for the defendant
in the Kale Cotton cf, in the Circuit
Court. Mr. Mulkey spoke the greater part
of the tlay in favt.r ol his motion, Lut the
court overruled it at last. Court then pass
ed sentence upon the prisoners convicted
during the term and then adjourned until
June Otn when some chancery business
will be di.pscd of. As the result of the
work of this term thirteen criminals will
go the Penitentiary and two or three will
serve out t-enttnees in the C-mnty Jail.
Last Wednts lay a large hack fu'd of
ladies and gentlemen went up to. Beech
Grove to spend the day. Among the com
pany Were Mr. II ury Lent, and wife, Mrs.
Capt. Totten, Mr.-. Humm, Mrs. William
son, Mrs.E. C. Ford, Mrs. Usborn ami sev
eral others. They all went up to beautify
the urates of their beloved dead. Mrs.
Williamson had the body of her little s-m
removed to another hit. When the casket
was opened it was found the body was
pelritied and perfectly natural; the flowers
and clothing also were just ih they were
buried eight years ago. The eye lashes
were nearly an inch long.
K odder and Hayes had a preliminary
examination it Mound City yesterday, un
der the warrant sw..rn out by Mr. II. A.
Hannon charging theiu with the theft of
his cow. After a Ion if examination and
some contusion regarding dilfetent points
and questions rais-.d, the defendants were
held to bail as be'oie, each iu the sum of
$3U0. At last accounts neither of the de
fendants had given bail iu this case. The
Court also gate judgment in favor of the
Mound City butcher, 5,'iueler, for the 30
he had paid the young men for the stolen
cattle, and which was found on their per
sons when arrested. A Cairo butcher named
Smith claimed forty of the fifty dollars
found on the boys, as his money, saying
tbat he had loaned it to them on the dty
they were arrested. But the Court "could
not see the point"' as Smith wanted him to
see it and rendered judgment fr the other
claimant to whom the money was sur
rendered. Marshal James Ross, of Mound City,
was reported to be doing well yesterday.
His br iken leg was in a fair way to mend.
The man he attempted to arrest was trum
Johnson County, nann-d W. R. Chapman.
Chapman was on the train bound for home.
He wag abnut half-seas-over with beer or
something stronger, end on the train his
emotions burst their bounds', and his euthu
siasm and patriotism manifested themselves
in demonstrations of a vocal, physical and
millitary nature, by loud halloiugs, firing
of pistols, etc. Marshal Ross boarded the
train to arrest the excessively patriotic g( n
tleman, and just as he was about to enter
the car, Chapman rushed out and ran
against Ross, and both fell from the steps
of the car to the ground, Chapman falling
on top of Ross. Rut in spite of the great
agony he was in on account of his broken
leg-, Ross held oti to Chapman, until aid
came and he was taken in charge. Chap
man was searched and two pistils, a pair
of bras knucks ami a razor were taken
from him. Ross' leg was broken in the
fall, just above the ankle. He is a heavy
man, and he has only one arm, which ren
dered him comparatively helpless in the
struggle with the man, under the circum
stances. Tbe loss of his leer would be a
great additional calamity lo him. He has
the reputation of being an officer of more
than ordinary courage and his services on
various important occasions are highly ap
preciated by the people of Mound City.
The Knights Templar.
Interesting Exercises ami Festivities
Yesterday and To day.
Yesterday was a day of much interest to
Cairo Commandery, No. 71 of Knights
Templar, and to-day will he another.
Yesterday the occasion was the confer
ring of seveial otdeis of Masonary upon
two prominent gentlemen from Murphye
boro, Mr. W. S. Murphy, a banker of that
place, and Hon. George W. Hill, the pros
pective Democratic member of the Illinois
Senate, from this district. This event had
been prepared for by the Commandery here
in various ways. Neighboring Commande
ries had been invited to he present and
committees appointed to receive them ; and
aside from the impressive Masonic cere
mony provided forjsucb occasions, an elabo
rate programme had been prepared, which
comprised a grand banquet as Its leading
feature. A large lot of beautiful flowers,
artistically arranged in a variety of Mystic
emblems, were received from a Sir Knight
of Mississippi, to be used at tho banquet
yesterd .y and in the decoration of the
graves at Beech Grove Cemetery to-day.
In obedience to tho invitations. sent out,
delegations of Knights came in on the Qus
Fowler from Paducah and Metropolis;
another camo from Jackson, Tenn., and
Mobile, Ala.; and another from up the
Ht. Louis & Cairo Railroad. All were re
ceived by the committees and conducted to
the asylum ou Commercial Avenue. The
impressive work of conferring the Order of
tho Red Cross upon tin two gentlemen
named began about four o'clock Bnd was
concluded about six o'clock. After thin,
the Order of Kuighthood and the Order of
Malta were also conferred upon them,
which ceremony was concluded about 11
o'clock. Then the whole company, num
bering abjut fifty gentlemen, re
paired to The Halliday and partook of an
elegant feast, during which toasts were of
fered and responded to, and wit and beau
tiful sentiments were mingled with the
manj tempting viands before the guests to
rrake the time pass agreeably
To-day is Memorial Day with the
Knights. The day on which the Cairo
Commandery honors the memories of its
dead- members, who rest in Beech Grove
Cemetery; and the Cairo Commandery and
their guests from abroad will take a special
train at the foot of Eighth Street at two
o'clock this afternoon for the cemetery,
there to perform a ceremony that was pre
pared by the Cairo Commandery itself
especially for the occasion, and which is
very beautiful and impressive.
Mrs. Barbara Flick, Cleveland, 0., was
completely cured, by St. Jacobs Oil, the
wonderful pain-ieliever, ot chronic rheuma
tism of long standing.
One of the most distressing forms of
rheumatic diseases is sciatica, but Athlo
phoros has proved its eilicacy in dealing
with that couiplaint, as in every other form
of rheumatism or ucuraigia. Writes Rev. C.
M. Heard of Neenah. Wis.: "I have receiv
ed the bottle of your great remedy, and my
wife has taken it for a rheumatic affection
of her hip sciatica. She did not suffer
pain constantly, but on making certain
movements. She was, after taking about
halt the bottle greatly relieved, so that she
cotil 1 make the movements without pain,
w hich before she could not."
LIST OK LF.TTEKS KEM.UNI.VO UNCALLED
FOIt IN THE POSTOFFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.
SATCKDAT, MAT 31, 1SS4.
Brown. R isenna
Smith, Emma 2
Johnson, M attic II
Washington, Yianna Wilson, Martha
Walder, Carrie Wooden, Deala
Andrews. James K Wesley, Berd
Bates, James Bullette, Josophers
Buck, John Bryant, John
Bamhart, Herman D Bishop, Austin
Calhoon, Jos M
Foot, II A
Lawerance, Geo II
Ong, Roger J
Rupperf, Charles J
Reese, A J
Clayton, U E
Cromwell, Ca' id
Kuowles, G II
Lee, C O 2
May, A F
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mcrphv. Postmaster.
W. P. Lambdin, river editor 0! i's Un.i-KTin
and steamboat pa-'fenu'er agent. Order for all
Winds of fteamhoat lol urintine solicited. Office
at llower'e European Hotel. So. '1 Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE BIVETl.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at C p. m. 21 feet 4 inches and fall
ing. Chattanooga, May 31. River 4
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Mav 31. River 12
inches and falling.
Louisville, May 31. River C feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 31. River 3 ft 7 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 31. River 4 feet 1 in
ch and falling.
St Louis, May 31. River 17 ft 5 inch
es and risiug.
The City of Arkausss from Yicksburg
airived here at 2:30 p. m. yesterday and
passed up for St. Louis at 3:30 p. m.
Capt. Lcm Hill, who has been in the
city fur two or three days on business of
importance, will leave here for St. Louis
to-morrow evening to join the Ella Kim
brotigh v.ltich he commands.
The John A. Scudder will report hero in
the morning for New Orleans.
The river between Cairo and St. Louis is
getting little too low for the larger class of
boats when loaded.
Business on tho wharf yesteaday rather
The Qus Fowler will make an excursion
trip to-day from Paducah to Dycusburg,
Ky., and return.
The Jas. W. Oaff, the "flag ship" of tho
Cincinnati and Memphis Packet Line, will
report her from Memphis this morning,
will receive freight and passengers to Cin
cinnati and all way points. See Lamhdin,
Agent, and get tickets at low rates.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow for New Orleans.
The Commonwealth from St. Louis is
due here this evening tor Vicksburg.
Capt. M. M. Deem, of the Ohio, afters 13
years of single blessedness, married a very
popular and accomplished lady of Bluff
City last week. The Capt's brido is said to
bo quite handsome. May joy anil success
attend them in their voyage of life.
The II. T. Dexter from Evansville is due
here this afternoon. She turns back from
here shortly after her arrival.
The Paris C. Brown from New Orleans
will report here Monday night for Cincin
nati. Frank Blade, one of the jolliest fellers
on land or water and also one of tho best
engineers that ever had charge of an engine
room, is on tho Success, which leaves here
this evening for Plum Point.
The Hudson with a good trip passed late
last night for St. Louis.
The Andy Bautn arrived here at 10
o'clock last night. She discharged and re
ceived about 30 tons of freight and left for
Tho towboat Rush was seized by the
United States Marshal here yesterday and
will bo held until claims against her are
satisfied or else will be sold.
The S. L. Wood with a big tow of
empties left here yesterday evening for
The Government steamer Minnetonka ar
rived here yesterday from St. Louis.
The Government steamer Mississippi left
here last evening for Plum Point.
Joe Nance, an old steamboatman of many
years profitable experience, is in the city.
He stopped off to see his b wee heart.
Capt. Hugh Funk, who took the little
Dyeisburg packet Alt. Stevens, to St. Louis
last week, camo back on her Friday even
ing, lie stopped on here and sue contin
ed her course to Dyersburg.
The C. W. Anderson, of Cumberland
River fame in years gone by, passed here
yesterday morning on her way to Illinois
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville is due
to-night and leaves lure oa her return trip
at 10 a. m. to-merrow.
Some very important changes in the chan
nel of the Mississippi will necessarily fol
low the caving banks and pilots will have
to keep pretty well posted to avoid a tum
ble. My son aied nine years, was slllicted
with Catarrh; the ue of Ely's Cream Balm
effected a complete cure. W. E. Hammon,
E as ton, Pa.
Offensive breatn, bad taato u u.utti,
coated tongue, show torpid liver and dis
ordered stomach. Allen's Bilious Phvsic,
vegetable remedy, quickly relieves all. 23
cents. At all druggists. (8)
An End to Roue derailing.
Edward Shepherd, of llarrisl'Urg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had a
running sore ou my leg for eight years; my
doctors told me I would have to have the
bone scraped or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica S the, ard
my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at titty cents a
bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at 23c.
per box by Barclay Bros. (3)
Thousands Hastened to their Graves!
Relying on testimonials written in vivid
glowing language or some miraculous
cures made by some largely pulled up doc
tor or patent medicine has hastened thous
ands to their graves; believing in their al
most insane faith that the same miracle
will be pet formed ou them, and. that these
testimonials make the cures, while the so
called medicine is all the time hastening
them to their graves. We have avoided
publishiug testimonials, as they do not
make the cures, although we have
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS
of them, one of the most wonderful cures,
voluntarily sent us. It is our medicine,
Hop Bitters that makes the cures. It has
never failed and never can. We will give
reference to any for any disease similar to
their own if desired, or will refer to any
neighborhood in the known world hut can
show its cures by Hop Bitters.
A LOSING JOKE.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg said
to a lady patient who was complaining of
her continued ill health, and of his inabili
ty to cure her, jokingly said: "Try Hop
Bitters!" The lady took it in earnest and
used the Bitters, from which she obtained
permanent health. She now laughs at the
doctor for his joke, but he is not so well
pleased with it, as it cost him a good pa
tient. FEES OF DC TO K3.
The tees of doctors is an item that very
many persons are interested in. We be
lieve tbe schedule for visits is f '.00, which
would tax a man confined to his bed for a
year and in need of a daily visit, over
$1,000 a year for medical attendand alone I
And one bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time
would save the $1,000 and all the year's
a lady's wish.
"Oh, how I do wisli my skin was as clear
and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend.
"You can easily make it so," answered the
friend. "How?" inquired the tirst lady.
"By using Hop Bitters that mako mire,
rich blood and blooming health. It did for
me as you observe."
OIVEN UP BY THE DOCTORS.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up
and at worK, aud cured by so simplo a
"I assure you it is true that he Is entirely
cured, and with nothing but Hop Eitters,
and only ten days ago his doctors gave him
up and said he must die, from Kidney and
Liver trouble r
Choice Seed Potatoes.
Northern Peachblows and late New
York Barbnnk TotatoeF, finest ever brought
to this market, at New York Storo.
Fresh Oranges and Lemons Justin.
David Nicholson's Liquor Bread,
To My Patrons!
Please take notice that on and after Juno
1st the price of ice will be 50 cents per 100
lbs., in less quantity at the rate of 73 cents
per 100 lbs.
I hopo that this slight advance
will be appreciated in the light
iu which I wish it understood;
that is, that I find it wholly impossible to
continue in the sale of ice unless at the
above prices, the margin then being so
light as to but afford me a fair living.
Thanking my friends for the past favors
and hoping for a continuance of same.
lw Rout. A. Hewitt.
on PL'RE MALT EXTRACT.
Barclay Bros, having perfected arrange
ments with tbe above well-known house for
tho distribution of his celebrated prepara
tion of malt, we cheerfully commend it to
our citizens as the most reliable remedy for
all ailments caused from a weak constitu
tution. Nicholson's Liquid Bread ia really the
Beverage for nursing mothers.
13-3S Barclay Bros.
A Startling- Discovery,
Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., writes
that his wife had been troubled with acute
Bronchitis for many years, and that all
remedies tried gave no permanent relief,
until he procured a bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs,
and Colds, which had a magical effect, and
produced a permanent cure. It is guaran
teed to cure all Diseases of Throat, Lungs,
or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Bottles Free at Barclay Bros.' Drug
Store. Large Size 1.00. (5)
Dr. Warren Pi ingle, for 30 years a prac
ticing physician of well deserved promi
nence, at Forristelle, St. Charles Co., Mo.,
says, Aug. 29th, 1883: I use Merrell's Pen
etrating Oil regularly in my practice lor
external applicatius, and I cheerfully per
mit you to use my name.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
The consumers and the public generally
will please take notice that from and after
this date the price of ice delivered will be
GOceuts per 100 lbs., less quantity at the
rate ot 75 cents per 100 lbs.
I shall take L'reat pleasure in supplying
my old Iriends and the public genially at
the above rates and will insur" them a
good delivery. Resper,,,allyi
Caiuo, June 1-
Tiiora is no one articlo in the line of
medicines that gives so large a return for
thai nuinpv A3 cood norous strenutbenine
plaster, such as Carter's Smart Weed and
Belladonna Uachacnc riasiers.
ucKien'8 Arnica Salve
The Beat ssaive in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
') cents per box. For sale by Barclay
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and
too hearty eating- is relieved at once by
taking one of Carter's Little Liver Pills
immediately after dinner. Don't forget
"Well's Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. JJl.
Instant relief; quick cure. Toothache,
Neuralgia, Faccacbe. 15c. at druggists.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging, irritation, inflammation, all
Kidney and Urinary Complaints, cured by
"Buchu-paiba." -tl. 1
I have used Ely's Cream Balm for Catarrh
and Cold in the Head. It is a first rate
preparation ; would recommend it to anyone
affected. R. W. Cheever, Editor Herald,
Epslepsy Entirely Cured.
Prof. Irvin.' B. Smith, of Pike. N. Y..
makes the following statement: "Samaritan
Nervine has entirely cured me of epileptic
The Great American Chorus.
Sneezing, suuffing and coughing I This
is the music all over tho land just now.
And will be until June. "I've got such an
awful cold in my head." Cure it with
Ely s Cream Balm or it may end in tho
toughest form of Catarrh. Maybe you
have catarrh now. iSotlungis more naus-
ous and dreadful. This remedy masters
it as no other ever did. Not a snuff nor a
liquid. Applied by the finger to the nos
trils. Pleasant, certain, radical.
I had Catarrh in its worst iorui. Uue uot
tle of Ely's Cream Balm stopped droppings
into my throa pain and soreness in my
bead and deafuess. Mrs. J. D. Hagadorn,
Union, N. Y.
Cheap lioiuea iu Arkansas and Texas.
Along tho lice of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Texas and
I'neilic Uni'viRV and Tnternntinnnl ami
Great Northern Railroad, are thousands ot
acres ot tnc choicest tarming and grazing
lands in the world, ranging in prico from
$2.00 to $300 aud $1.00 per acre, in a
iieaiiny country, wnn enmate unsurpasseu
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to the undersigned for a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkansas and Texas,
In 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that tbe crop
for 1883 is 50 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourtb, ono
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for lickeU or freight
over the Companies lines.
II. C. Townsknd, Gen'l Tass. Agt.
St. Louis, Mo.